Virtual Celiac Support Group

you're not alone.

Celiac disease can leave you feeling isolated and alone.

Not to mention, it’s hard to find anyone who understands how emotionally and mentally challenging it is to live gluten-free.

Well you’re not alone, this is a group of celiacs who know exactly what you’re going through and are here to support you.

A Virtual Safe Space

Never Feel Alone Again

This support group is a virtual safe space to gather with other celiacs who just get it.

Share your challenges, seek advice from peers and celiac specialists, and find comfort in knowing you’re not alone.

unlimited drop-in sessions

The support group includes unlimited drop-in sessions every month including a cross-contact cooking demo to provide you with live support from celiac specialists and other celiacs.

24/7 group chat support

This program comes with 24/7 chat support for real-time discussion, support, and Q&A (for things like finding gluten-free medication, getting advice on baking, or sharing frustrating experiences in real-time)

discounts on celiac stuff

This program includes discounts on Celiac Dietitian services, courses, and other celiac-related products and services to make sure getting help is accessible.

Support is Powerful

Support Will Change Your Life

One of the greatest indicators of success with living gluten-free is how much support you have.

We’re here to make sure you have it.

Invest in Yourself

Find Your Celiac Community

1

We're here to listen.

We’re here to listen to your story, fears, worries, wins, and experiences.

Your family might not understand. Healthcare providers might understand. But we do, and we see you.

2

We're here to help.

From being confused by a food label, needing advice on how to attend your friend’s upcoming birthday party, to getting advice on dining out.

We’re here to help.

3

We're here to comfort.

The hardest part about celiac disease is that your whole life has changed.

How you interact with the world has changed.

And we’re here to hold space for that.

Past Support Group Members

We've Helped So Many People...

Madison M

Past Support Group Member

5/5

“I joined the Celiac Virtual Support Group because I was overwhelmed by celiac. Through meetings I found comfort in knowing I wasn’t the only one and I was able to get advice and build confidence in my understanding of my celiac needs.”

Natalia L

Past Group Member

5/5

“I joined Tayler’s Support Group scared and full of doubt on how to manage celiac. I didn’t have much money to spare during hte Pandemic but decided to invest in my health and good thing I did! The support group really made a difference with my level of confidence in fear of food, advocating for myself, and trusting more while eating out.”

Anonymous

Past Group Member

5/5

“The celiac group has been great! I’ve really enjoyed meeting other people with celiac and talking about coping mechanisms.”

You ask, I answer

Here are some frequently asked questions I get about the support group.

I’ll run these group sessions like I run all of my other sessions; with respect, kindness, evidence-based information, and space for your challenges.

This support group is a virtual safe space to gather with other celiacs who just get it. Share your challenges, seek advice from peers and celiac specialists, and find comfort in knowing you’re not alone.

That said, there are 3 types of sessions.

  • Cross-Contact Cooking Demos – where we gather in our kitchens and learn how to cook while preventing cross-contact. (You are also allowed to invite 1 person to these sessions so they can learn how to safely cook for you)
  • Happy Hours – We gather around food and drinks and have an open dialogue about what is going on in our lives with celiac for support and advice.
  • Presentations – I will present or guide a simulation to help you build your skills in celiac disease management.

As long as there are enough people, there will be at least 4 if not more sessions offered a month.

If you are on the month-to-month subscription, you can cancel at any time.

Cancellation must be provided to Tayler in writing before your next monthly payment is processed.

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